You catch the full force of the dragon's might – you are coated in flames, and you feel your skin begin to sizzle and bake. When the flames stop you are still smoldering and knocked on the ground, helpless and badly wounded.>>346551
You manage to hop – as well as buffaloes can hop – to the side, as does Grey. But both of you are caught in the flames nonetheless, but with most of attention focused on Hotshot, you are spared the worst of the blast.
You shake off the pain and fire a quick shot at the dragon's head. He doesn't even seem to notice the lance of laser fire.>>346553
Still quaking in fear, you try to scramble to your hooves and hide behind the dais, only to be caught in the jet directed at Hotshot. You manage to stay on your hooves, but you nearly falter from the extreme heat.>>346557
You fly upwards effortlessly and dodge the blast. Were only your friends so lucky to have wings.>>346557
Caught in the hellfire, you briefly contemplate the irony that Hotshot's name did not protect him from the dragon's breath. Is that irony? No, probably not. But you're burned badly so you don't particularly care.
The dragon roars in temporary triumph and stamps his front feet into the ground. The ground shakes, and those of you not currently burning (Belle, basically, and Clinic) note that the confines of the temple are a little small for a dragon…So here's how this is going to work: The dragon has three sections – the head, the torso, and the tail. The head is the weakest part, but attacking it leaves you open to the most danger – his bite and his breath (though he can always re-maneuver if he tries – its a tight squeeze in here, but not too tight; basically he can't fly in here). The torso is heavily protected, but he can only really get you with his claws there. The tail is something of a middle ground, but attacking it till leaves you open to attacks with the tail.
Please declare what you are attacking at the start of each turn. Sol and Campfire, please remember that you each have minions that you can/should order around.
And of course if you want to run that is always an option… though it has consequences